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Morning Seminar 14.11.2018: Rethinking organizational learning: the role of agile business leadership in Estonia and Finland

Time: 14.11.2018 starting at 8.30 - 10.30, light breakfast will be served

Venue: Marski Hall, WTC Helsinki, Aleksanterinkatu 17, Helsinki.

On  November 14, the Finland-Estonia Business Association and Estonian Business School invite you to join us on a morning seminar to discuss, how businesses can benefit from an agile leadership. The topics will be covered by:

Dr. Leenamaija Otala, Non-Fiction Writer and lecturer, the author of „Ketterä oppiminen“ published in spring 2018, who will introduce more closely, how learning agility is a key to innovativeness and competitiveness.

Urmas Kaarlep, previous CEO of PricewaterouseCoopers Eesti, currently researcher, lecturer at Estonian Business School as well consultant, who will debate about new organizational paradigm.

The debate will be moderated by Anto Liivat, member of the Supervisory Board of Enterprise Estonia and management lecturer at Estonian Business School.

The seminar will be conducted in English.

The event is free of charge, but needs registration by 9th November 2018 using this link: 

We wish you warmly welcome!


Finnish-Estonian Trade Association (SEKY) promotes and fosters trade, business and professional interest and commercial relations between Finland and Estonia. SEKY is a membership driven, non-profit business association. SEKY’s members share a common interest in promoting bilateral business relations between Finland and Estonia in order to create new commercial opportunities benefitting both countries. SEKY connects Finnish and Estonian companies through business networking and knowledge sharing. SEKY works and collaborates closely such as other Baltic Trade Associations, Embassies, Enterprise Estonia, Finland Chamber of Commerce and the regional Chambers in Finland, Finnish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce in Tallinn, Helsingi Eesti Akadeemilise Klubi.

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